Cutline of image published in New Pittsburgh Courier newspaper, November 12, 1966, pg. 2A, reads: "As Dr. King Visited Pittsburgh - These were scenes as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., leader of the American Civil Rights Movement, visited Pittsburgh for a speech, a press conference, and a student question-and-answer session at the University of Pittsburgh's Student Union last week... In second photo, Pittsburgh's Charles Harris, UNPC Police Affairs Chairman, and Matthew Moore, Penna. NAACP state organizer, are shown in background as Dr. King holds press conference... - Harris Photo."
Cutline for image published in New Pittsburgh Courier newspaper, April 10, 1971, pg. 17, reads: "DR. KING IN PITTSBURGH - Scenes on an occasion when the great civil rights leader came to Pittsburgh to lend his support for the struggle for first class citizenship...center, Dr. King speaks to gathering. In background, left, Charles Harris, Matthew Moore and Tom McGarrity."